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Old 22.06.2022, 22:10
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gotta say, you guys are amazing. thanks for looking into this and overall working on JD.

much appreciated.

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as a side note, I can't get my notifications to work here on the forums no idea why

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Old 23.06.2022, 10:53
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gotta say, you guys are amazing. thanks for looking into this and overall working on JD.
much appreciated.
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You may thank me once I've fixed the issue

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as a side note, I can't get my notifications to work here on the forums no idea why
try to subscribe again (remove subscription and add again) and also check your spam/junk folder
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Old 28.06.2022, 10:09
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ok, subscribed again, let's see if I get notifcations next time. Also didn't receive any reply on github yet unfortunately.
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Old 03.07.2022, 16:02
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Would be great if its possible to add links saving to different folders/subfolders under the same package name instead of packagizer rules
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Old 03.07.2022, 16:06
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@neo387: I'm sorry but I don't understand. what do you mean? of course you can add add different links with same package but different folder. maybe you can explain your usecase/problem?
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Old 03.07.2022, 17:57
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@neo387: I'm sorry but I don't understand. what do you mean? of course you can add add different links with same package but different folder. maybe you can explain your usecase/problem?
Tried but does not work, I want 1 package in Jdownloader for a download containing multiple folders not x amount of packages

using the api below

We have our own list containing file = url,destination folder with premium links so it has nothing to do with the premiumize.me plugin

Adding links 1 by 1 with different destinationFolder and same packageName
overwritePackagizerRules True:
multiple packages

overwritePackagizerRules False:
1 packages but ignores destinationFolder as you mentioned before


AddLinksQuery

myAddLinksQuery =
{
"assignJobID" = (boolean|null),
"autoExtract" = (boolean|null),
"autostart" = (boolean|null),
"dataURLs" = (String[]),
"deepDecrypt" = (boolean|null),
"destinationFolder" = (String),
"downloadPassword" = (String),
"extractPassword" = (String),
"links" = (String),
"overwritePackagizerRules" = (boolean|null),
"packageName" = (String),
"priority" = (Priority),
"sourceUrl" = (String)
}


Is there another way to achieve this with the api ? reason I want 1 package is to monitor the status of the download
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Old 03.07.2022, 19:28
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@neo387:
Sorry, it seems I did not understand your question correct. I thought you were talking about same package name but you did mean actual the same package. directories are assigned on package level. It's not possible to have one package with links for multiple directories. each package and its links have one assigned directory. so you have to add multiple packages (with same name) but with different directories.
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Old 03.07.2022, 19:34
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@neo387:
Sorry, it seems I did not understand your question correct. I thought you were talking about same package name but you did mean actual the same package. directories are assigned on package level. It's not possible to have one package with links for multiple directories. each package and its links have one assigned directory. so you have to add multiple packages (with same name) but with different directories.
Ok thanks yes that's what I tought, would have to download and monitor 1 by 1 or per folder then resulting in bunch more api hits or query multiple packages not ideal to code
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Old 04.07.2022, 11:21
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@neo387: number of api requests is not a problem you can use "assignJobID" = true, and then mass query all links from that one job with single query. that way you can add many links, you'll get the jobID and then can query all of them at once again with help of the jobid
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